Bathroom Sink Bowls – You need a plumber to install or inspect all your pipes to make sure it works properly. However, you can install certain plumbing fixtures yourself. Before installing the new toilet, check local regulations regarding bathroom fixtures. Some areas require that you install only flushing toilets. Also, measure the distance between the wall and the bolts that will hold the bowl to the plant to get a container that is the right size for your bath.
Place two new 3 1/2 inch closet bolts on the toilet flange, which is the ring that has been bolted to the bathroom floor where the toilet bowl will sit. Cover a section of the floor with a pile of newspapers or a blanket. Place the toilet bowl upside down on the pile of newspapers or a blanket to protect it from scratches. Place a wax seal around the hole in the bottom of the toilet bowl, with the flat side of the seal facing the floor. Apply putty around the outer edges of the bottom of the container. Turn the toilet behind right, aligning the hole in the bottom of the toilet bowl with the hole in the floor.
Press the bowl toilet down on the floor so the wax seal and pipe sealant can provide tight waterproofing. Thread nuts through the flange bolts peeked through the holes in the base of the toilet bowl. Place a level on the toilet bowl to check if it is level and plastic toilet bowl wedges under the base of the toilet bowl to straighten if necessary. Depending on the type of bolt plug, you have to fill with plumber’s putty before placing it on the bolt to stay in place.